Behold the majesty! Also, some of the shameless blurbs these books use are listed beneath the relevant titles: stolen from other editions by better publishers, they are usually stolen ineptly, referring to translators, editors, cover designers and even whole books not actually involved in eMagination's versions.
"Excellent introduction; a nicely laid out, affordable edition." --Tim Peltason, Wellesley College
Catherine Ingrassia, Virginia Commonwealth University:"This splendid edition is ideal for both the student and the scholar of Austen..."
|[Coralie Bickford-Smith's] recent work for Penguin Classics is...nothing short of glorious (Anna Cole Co. ) --Anna Cole Co|